Audible.com allows us to rate the books after we've listened to them, so figured I may as well post my review to Book of Hours too:
The Night Circus by Erin Morgenstern
Audible: Would you listen to The Night Circus again? Why?
Me: I don't normally listen to books twice. However, I did so love the odd rhythm of this novel, that if I were to revisit books, I would put "The Night Circus" on my re-listen list.
Audible: What was one of the most memorable moments of "The Night Circus"?
Audible: Rate narrator Jim Dale's performance
Audible:Was this a book you wanted to listen to all in one sitting?
Me: No. It's engrossing, but does not have a traditional narrative, you tend to want to enjoy it in smaller sessions.
Audible: Any additional comments?
Me: This book may as well have been written as a screenplay first. It's so easy to imagine it as a film. The colorful characters and the black and white set. I can't wait to see all the clever CGI they'll use to create the magical illusions of Le Cirque des Reves. And also the spectacle of red scarfs and roses against a backdrop of en noir et blanc.